Upcoming training courses

SPECIAL EVENT 2d European Advanced School for Mouse Phenogenomics
June 12 - 16, 2017
Goersdorf, France

  • Deadline for application : April 28th 2017  !

Would you like to learn how to choose, create and analyse your best mouse model?

Do you have a sufficient background in mouse functional genomics to lead as best your research?

Then, come to the heart of Europe to be involved - together with other students and researchers from all over the world - in opened discussion, in constructive analysis of your own research and in building conceptual scientific advances.This unique international event will provide the attendees with an innovative program focused on the best practices in the use of the mouse model for biomedical and basic research.

You will gain crucial skills required to use as best mutant mice (best experimental design, scientific and ethic consideration for you best experimental design, awareness for improving robustness of your scientific data,..)

24 experts from European landscape will be present to:

  • Exchange and discuss your major on-going works, scientific and methodological issues.
  • Share knowledge and expertise, transfer new concepts and innovative methods

The target audience consists of engineers and/or researchers, clinicians, who directly or indirectly use mouse as animal model for scientific research.

We encourage both industrial and academic researchers, postdocs and PhDs from all Europe to attend this school.

More information on program and registrationhttps://advanced-school.phenomin.eu/ 

Contact advanced-school@phenomin.eu 

More information at https://advanced-school.phenomin.eu/


TRAINING COURSE Mycoplasmes detection in cell culture
October 18, 2017
Illkirch, France

Objectives

  • Realize the importance of tracability and quality control in cell culture
  • Be aware of the problem of mycoplasma contamination
  • Realize the diversity of mycoplasma detection methods and be able to choose techniques adapted to each case
  • Know how to prevent mycoplasma contaminations

Audience

Engineers and technicians currently cultivating cell lines or planning to cultivate cell lines.

Prerequisites

None, except understand French

The course is conducted in French 

Access to detailed program and registration procedure

CNRS formation entreprises

PHENOMIN's contact: 

wattenho@igbmc.fr

More information at https://cnrsformation.cnrs.fr/stage-17280-Detection-des-mycoplasmes-dans-les-cultures-de-lignees-cellulaires.html?mc=culture-cellulaire


TRAINING COURSE Small animal imaging: evolution, potential, limits
November 6 - 10, 2017
Orleans, France

Objectives:

  • Understand potential and limits of different imaging modalities for small animal: biophotonic imaging (bioluminescence, fluorescence 2D and 3D), X rays (X scanner), echography coupled to photoaccoustic
  • Be able to select the most suitable approach to address a biological question (phenotyping, functional exploration, biopharmaceutical research...)

The course is conducted in French

Acces to detailed program and registration procedure

CNRS formation entreprises

PHENOMIN's contact:
stephanie.lerondel@cnrs-orleans.fr 

More information at http://cnrsformation.cnrs.fr/stage-17142-Imagerie-du-petit-animal--evolution%2C-potentiel%2C-limites.html?mc=imagerie


TRAINING COURSE In vivo CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing
November 9 - 10, 2017
Illkirch, France

Objectives

PHENOMIN's training aims to provide a general framework to get scientists started using CRISPR/Cas9 for in vivo gene editing in rodents.

The main topics are:

  • Learn more about gene editing and how it works
  • Hear about current advances on many technical aspects
  • Optimize the RNA guide design to the genotyping analysis (bioinformatics workshop).
  • Highlight crucial issue in your own scientific project.

Acces to Detailed program and registration procedure

CNRS formation entreprise

PHENOMIN's contact:
bedu@igbmc.fr

More information at http://cnrsformation.cnrs.fr/stage-17276-In-vivo-CRISPR-Cas9-genome-editing.html?mc=CRISPR-Cas9